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Cinco De Mayo Benefits The U.S Economy

It is no secret that the United States cashes in on Cinco de Mayo. Restaurants across the nation run specials on alcohol and Mexican dishes, and beer companies spend millions of dollars on advertising before the big day to promote higher alcohol sales.

by Sha'Kreshia Terrell
Build a Solid Financial Foundation with Your Partner

Relationships are supposed to make you feel loved, supported, and understood. One way to build the foundation of your relationship is to discuss finances.

by Shaun Morgan
How to Protect Your Email Account and Personal Information

In 2020, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reported that nearly five million people were victims of identity fraud. As this is a growing concern in today’s society, it is essential to know how to protect yourself from becoming a victim.

by Matin Varshochi
How the Debt Ceiling Crisis is Affecting the U.S. Government

The federal government has been struggling to develop a solution to its public debt crisis. Unfortunately, the Republican and Democratic parties have opposing approaches about how to resolve this significant issue. However, if the government fails to bring about a resolution by around October 18, it could result in a major financial crisis for the United States of America.

by Viviana Vazquez
Tips on How To Improve Your Credit Score

When applying for a loan to make large financial purchases, such as a home or a car, one of the things the lender takes a look at is your credit score. Your credit score is important because it is part of the decision to either approve or deny your loan.

by Matin Varshochi
Hurricane Ida Results In An Estimated $95 Billion Worth of Economic Damage

With Hurricane Ida passing through the southeastern portion of the United States, it left a trail of wreckage behind it. AccuWeather is estimating the total costs associated with Hurricane Ida to be around $95 billion.

by Sheena Allen
Ten Clever Ideas to Start Making Passive Income

Passive income can positively impact your life because you do not have to trade most of your time to earn money. Those reasons include having more financial stability, relying less on a paycheck, reducing financial anxiety, and reaching your money goals.

by CapWay
Your College Debt May Be Forgiven If You Attended This College

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), an agency that protects consumers, has successfully filed a complaint against the once popular University of Phoenix.

by CapWay
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